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sorbetsor‧bet /ˈsɔːbeɪ $ ˈsɔːrbɪt/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa frozen sweet food made of fruit juice, sugar, and waterice cream
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sorbetDiaz says he's going to change the dessert menu soon, adding sorbet and fresh berries.Even the desserts are intoxicants, as in sangria-poached white peaches with a pure, rich cream sorbet.Fruit sorbet would be a refreshing end to a cookout meal.Passion fruit: eat pulp straight from the fruit or drizzle over ice-cream or sorbets.Afterwards they had eaten orange sorbet followed by cheese and fruit.Scented by infusion with wild tarragon, like no other sorbet I have ever tasted, a mere thimbleful did the trick.Raspberry Ripple Cake combines vanilla ice-cream, raspberry sorbet, bitter chocolate and fresh raspberries.Brew tea and serve sorbet or cookies.
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